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    Every new social structure strives to come up with some kind of mythology of divine origin for its values and aims.
    — Zsuzsanna Budapest
    tags: value  divine  mythology 
     
    The purpose of ritual is to wake up the old mind in us, to put it to work. The old ones inside us, the collective unconscious, the many lives, the divine eternal parts, the senses and parts of the brain that have been ignored.
    — Zsuzsanna Budapest
    tags: work  live  brain  divine  mind 
     
    Things divine are not attainable by mortals who understand sensual things.
    — Zoroaster
    tags: divine 
     
    Ability in a man is knowledge which emanates from divine light
    — Zoroaster
    tags: men  divine 
     
    In conclusion I congratulate you, my fellow-citizens, upon the high state of prosperity to which the goodness of Divine Providence has conducted our common country. Let us invoke a continuance of the same protecting care which has led us from small beginnings to the eminence we this day occupy
    — Zachary Taylor
    tags: goodness  care  divine 
     
    I started to notice that simpleness is divine. I think we all start trying to use very complex harmonies and rhythms and all that because of a certain kind of ambition. But I was always trying to create something simple.
    — Yoko Ono
    And happiness...Well, after all, desires torment us, don't they? And, clearly, happiness is when there are no more desires, not one...What a mistake, what ridiculous prejudice it's been to have marked happiness always with a plus sign. Absolute happiness should, of course, carry a minus sign - the divine minus.
    — Yevgeny Zamyatin
    God never answers prayers. It is people who answer their own prayers by knowing how to connect and utilize the divine energy of the Creator and the God-like force in their own souls.
    — Yehuda Berg
    tags: people  soul  energy  knowing  divine  god  prayer 
     
    A hundred things are done today in the divine name of Youth, that if they showed their true colors would be seen by rights to belong rather to old age.
    — Wyndham Lewis
    tags: youth  age  true  right  divine 
     
    "Genius is divine perseverance." Divine patience I believe he originally used, perseverance is better in my opinion. Genius I cannot claim nor even extra brightness but perseverance all can have.
    — Woodrow Wilson
    I firmly believe in Divine Providence. Without belief in Providence I think I should go crazy. Without God the world would be a maze without a clue.
    — Woodrow Wilson
    tags: belief  world  believe  crazy  divine  god 
     
    No matter size, weight, or age woman should never forget their divine worth. We are powerful, beautiful beings and should be treated as such.
    — Witney Carson
    God can say to His believers, 'I am divine and human,' and His believers can reply, 'Praise You, Lord. You are divine and human, and we are human and divine.'
    — Witness Lee
    tags: human  believer  divine  praise  god 
     
    But with regard to the material world, we can at least go so far as this;-we can perceive that events are brought about, not by insulated interpositions of Divine power, exerted in each particular ease, but by the establishment of general laws.
    — William Whewell
    tags: power  world  law  divine 
     
    Some of the Fathers went so far as to esteem the love of music a sign of predestination, as a thing divine, and reserved for the felicities of heaven itself.
    — William Temple
    tags: divine  music  father  heaven 
     
    When a man is drowning, it may be better for him to try to swim than to thrash around waiting for divine intervention.
    — William Sloane Coffin
    tags: men  divine 
     
    Imprint deep upon your minds the principles of piety towards God, and a reverence and fear of His holy name. The fear of God is the beginning of wisdom and its consummation is everlasting felicity. Possess yourselves of just and elevated notions of the Divine character, attributes, and administration, and of the end and dignity of your own immortal nature as it stands related to Him.
    — William Samuel Johnson
    Beware the deadly fumes of that insane elation Which rises from the cup of mad impiety, And go, get drunk with that divine intoxication Which is more sober far than all sobriety.
    — William Rounseville Alger
    tags: divine 
     
    No word in our language - not even "Socialism" - has been employed more loosely than "Mysticism." The history of the word begins in close connexion with the Greek mysteries. A mystic is one who has been, or is being, initiated into some esoteric knowledge of Divine things, about which he must keep his mouth shut.
    — William Ralph Inge
    tags: mystery  language  divine 
     
    We should think of the church as an orchestra in which the different churches play on different instruments while a Divine Conductor calls the tune.
    — William Ralph Inge
    tags: divine  church 
     
    Day and night, and every moment, there are voices about us. All the hours speak as they pass; and in every event there is a message to us; and all our circumstances talk with us; but it is in Divine language, that worldliness misunderstands, that selfishness is frightened at, and that only the children of God hear rightly and happily.
    — William Mountford
    Only let us love God, and then nature will compass us about like a cloud of Divine witnesses; and all influences from the earth, and things on the earth, will be ministers of God to do us good. Only let there be God within us, and then every thing outside us will become a godlike help.
    — William Mountford
    tags: nature  earth  help  influence  divine  god 
     
    Eternity is the divine treasure-house, and hope is the window, by means of which mortals are permitted to see, as through a glass darkly, the things which God is preparing.
    — William Mountford
    tags: eternity  divine  god  hope 
     
    We may not substitute charity for godliness; but there is room for the Divine love in the heart which has been touched by the human.
    — William Morley Punshon
    The more profoundly we study this wonderful Book, and the more closely we observe its divine precepts, the better citizens we will become and the higher will be our destiny as a nation.
    — William McKinley
    tags: divine  book 
     
    In proportion as we perceive and embrace the truth do we become just, heroic, magnanimous, divine.
    — William Lloyd Garrison
    tags: truth  divine 
     
    I believe God rules all by his divine providence and that the stars by his permission are instruments.
    — William Lilly
    tags: believe  star  divine  rules  god 
     
    This is the state of all creatures, whether men or angels; as they make not themselves, so they enjoy nothing from themselves; if they are great, it must be only as great receivers of the gifts of God; their power can only be so much of the divine power acting in them; their wisdom can be only so much of the divine wisdom shining within them; and their light and glory, only so much of the light and glory of God shining upon them.
    — William Law
    tags: men  power  divine  gift  god  wisdom 
     
    Faith is not a notion, but a real strong essential hunger, an attracting or magnetic desire of Christ, which as it proceeds from a seed of the divine nature in us, so it attracts and unites with its like.
    — William Law
    As a good Christian should consider every place as holy, because God is there, so he should look upon every part of his life as a matter of holiness, because it is offered unto God. The profession of a clergyman is a holy profession, because it is a ministration in holy things, an attendance at the alter. But worldly business is to be made holy unto the Lord, by being done as a service unto Him, and in conformity to His Divine will.
    — William Law
    Hell is nothing else but nature departed or excluded from the beam of divine light.
    — William Law
    tags: nature  hell  divine 
     
    Let every creature have your love. Love, with its fruits of meekness, patience, and humility, is all that we can wish for ourselves and our fellow creatures. For this is to live in God, united with him, both for time and eternity. To desire to communicate good to everyone, in the degree that we can and to which each person is capable of receiving from us, is a divine temper, for thus God stands unchangeably disposed towards the whole creation.
    — William Law
    Divine love is perfect peace and joy, it is a freedom from all disquiet, it is all content and happiness; and makes everything to rejoice in itself.
    — William Law
    tags: peace  freedom  joy  divine 
     
    When therefore the first spark of a desire after God arises in thy soul, cherish it with all thy care, give all thy heart into it; it is nothing less than a touch of the divine loadstone, that is to draw thee out of the vanity of time, into the riches of eternity.
    — William Law
    tags: desires  time  heart  soul  eternity  care  divine  god 
     
    If religion commands universal charity, to love our neighbors as ourselves, to forgive and pray for all our enemies without any reserve; it is because all degrees of love are degrees of happiness, that strengthen and support the Divine life of the soul, and are as necessary to its health and happiness, as proper food is necessary to the health and happiness of the body.
    — William Law
    The renaissance of Christian philosophy has been accompanied by a resurgence of interest in natural theology, that branch of theology that seeks to prove God's existence apart from divine revelation.
    — William Lane Craig
    Paintings may not have nearly the power to convert people that the printed or spoken word has, but each man has his part to play in the human and divine drama - some persons just a few lines, others whole pages. To refuse to play one's role at all is not the answer. It is better to light one candle than to curse the darkness.
    — William Kurelek
    If you love a Dream Woman ... let her stay the divine Woman of the Dream. To awaken and clasp flesh and blood, no matter how delicately tender, and find that love has sped at the dawn is a misery too deep for tears.
    — William John Locke
    tags: women  tears  divine  misery  blood  dreams 
     
    The human measure of a human life is its income; the divine measure of a life is its outgo, its overflow its contribution to the welfare of all.... If every word spoken in behalf of truth has its influence and every deed done for the right weighs in the final account, it is immaterial to the Christian whether his eyes behold victory or whether he dies in the midst of conflict.
    — William Jennings Bryan
    Gardens are our link with the divine.
    — William Howard Adams
    tags: divine  garden 
     
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